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Where to eat in Sydney, Australia
NepaliIf you want to have an authentic taste of Nepali food. You should go to The Muglan Nepalese & Indian Cuisine In Liverpool street. Run by the Muglan brothers, they do the best momo, chowmein, (both not in the pcitures, but trust me they are the BOMB!) and Thakali Set aka Dal Bhat for you EBC climbers (as in the pic above). I have been going there for the last 3 years and their food taste has been consistently great. They used to be on the Pitt Street and now have moved to Liverpool Street. Every time I pass there, I order a momo or a takeaway chowmein! I’m addicted, it’s delicious! When I’m craving something Nepali, Mustang has been my first choice for last 3 years. Do yourself a favour and pay a visit! The Muglan Nepalese & Indian Cuisine
ItalianWhen I’m craving some well-made pasta or 1 meter long Pizza! Crinitis is my No 1 choice. I have eaten at their darling harbour and Woolloomooloo branch multiple times. Both venues boast stunning waterfront view and beautiful decor. At the darling harbour venue, you can also see the Ferris wheel from the outdoor seating area. Authentic Italian food and friendly staff make this place super welcoming. Their yummy antipasto tower ( as in the pic above), 1 meter long Pizza (this is great to share in a group), and delicious kinds of pasta are what dreams are made of! O and not forgetting their Italy inspired cocktails. In the picture above you can see the “gondola in Venice” inspired cocktail! There was Colosseum from Rome and others too! Go check it out, It is a must visit when you are in Sydney.
ThaiThai cuisine is one of my favourite in the world and I end up eating a lot of it! So, I got not 1 but 2 personal favourites for you. Mrs Chan’s Kitchen This is a small restaurant behind a bar if you enter from George street. They serve tastiest Thai food, generous serving size and fast service. However, it is a cash-only joint. So, come prepared or pop in the bar next door to use ATM (not even a minute away). Also, drinks aren’t served but you can get it separately from the bar. For casual dining, it’s definitely a good place. I love their red curry and satay skewers! You surely get more than what you pay for here. Mrs Chan’s Kitchen
Lal Qila Restaurant serves the best pani puri and Chicken Khadai in town. It is simply the Indian food goers paradise! Great food, a bit spicy but very tasty and perfect texture. The atmosphere is nice with soft lighting and earth tones. Lal Quila gets quite busy, so a bit noisy. Good idea to book a table in advance or arrive early little early for dinner on the weekends. The staff are always busy but very helpful. Definitely worth a visit if you like Indian food. Lal Qila Restaurant
JapaneseIf it’s a sitting down Japanese, I like to eat at Tetsuya’s. It is my favourite place to have fine Japanese dining in Sydney. Every time I have been there, the food has been consistently delicious. The portion can be more for its price but its fine dining! and the taste does not disappoint. The signature dish, trout, is probably the best course, but everything I’ve had has been excellent. Their wine list is extensive and it’s really nice to see they understand that dessert implies chocolate. Even though I don’t have a sweet tooth, the chocolate cake was to die for. It is a lovely spot that is an oasis in the city. Must visit if you are craving Japanese in Sydney. Tetsuya’s
SpanishNow, this is my other favourite cuisine I eat on a regular basis! I have taken my mom, my friends, everyone here because I love their food! Casa Asturiana Restaurant is also right in the city and easy to get to. If you are lucky, you might get to watch the Flamingo dancers otherwise still a great place to have some Spanish tapas, paella and sangria. I can’t wait to go back!
ChineseWhen it comes to Chinese food, my new favourite is Spice World restaurant in Haymarket. Eating here feels like off the beaten path in buzzing China with young crowd! Their authentic Sichuan hot pot is the game changer and would be the only thing I would go back for. Tables are spread out nicely, giving you privacy from the other patrons. Nice decor. This place gets packed real quick, and they don’t take bookings past 6 pm so book it early or dine on the weekdays. Definitely worth visiting at least once.
KoreanIf you know me, you know I love Korean food. There is always one in almost every suburbs and I have eaten at more than a dozen Korean restaurants in Sydney. I used to like the one in Chatswood but I haven’t eaten there in 5 years. So, let me give you my all-time personal favourite. Sydney Madang Korean BBQ. It is right in the heart of the city but hidden off Pitt Street in a curious T-shaped alley. If you didn’t know the end of Pitt street towards Central station is called Korean town! So, it’s common to see many Korean bars and restaurants around here. This 2-storey place is good for dinner with friends, BBQ and a beer till late at night. If you are a solo traveller like me, and want to avoid the queue and wait, get there before lunch or late lunch or early dinner. If it’s a peak hour you will get a number and stool to wait. Their pork BBQ and seafood pancakes are sooo good!
Sydney Madang Korean BBQ
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Where to eat in Sydney, Australia 2018